Fiddle and flute, unknown - piano, Columbia 33068-F. The Humours of Ballyconnell is an O'Neill's tune, named after a Cavan town. Captain Rock has become well-known under its Co. Clare title, the Old Bush. Coleman and Morrison give it a spirited old-fashioned treatment, with fewer rolls than might be expected. Coleman's persistent A/F# double stop in the first part sounds like emulation of a piper's regulators, this being one of the five standard chords available for the piper.